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August 2016 - present

Responsibilities include assisting with with research projects in local health systems on interdisciplinary teams, conducting tasks such as process observation, flow mapping, data analyses, six sigma, computer simulation, linear programming, queuing, scheduling, staffing, and supply chain projects. Additionally, preparing interim and final presentations, summary reports, and reflection exercises on these projects.


June 2015 - July 2016

Data analytics, statistical analysis, healthcare systems engineering with applications in performance and quality improvement. Sponsored by Binghamton University Watson Institute for Systems Engineering (WISE) program.


August 2014 - May 2015

TA for ISE 261 (Probabilistic Systems I) under Dr. Mark Poliks and ISE 362 and ISE 370 under Thomas Koon. Duties included leading weekly laboratory and discussion sections, grading homework assignments, quizzes, and examinations, using AutoCAD and PTC Creo software, and holding office hours each week.

December 2014 - June 2015

Responsibilities included helping to assist student and local start-up companies with integration of the Start-Up New York program, reorganization and updating of intellectual property confidentiality agreements, creation of webpages for the planned re-launch of the office website, and data analysis and presentation to the office.


My Roles & Responsibilities



April 2018 - present

  • Completed detailed analysis on physician capability and burnout survey for 1,400 physicians, presented by the CMO at various conferences/symposiums

  • Develop methods to analyze key healthcare business issues

  • Collaborate with academic and internal partners to develop external facing research, content and data visualizations

  • Extract and conduct rigorous analysis on data from our production systems to deliver a steady stream of analyses to our stakeholders that answer questions about healthcare utilization, quality, outcomes, and cost



nQ Medical, Inc.

June 2018 - present

  • Proficiently employed Python and MongoDB to extract, integrate, and manipulate data from diverse sources, facilitating the construction of comprehensive datasets for analysis, model testing, and validation purposes.

  • Effectively communicated research findings to stakeholders across the healthcare industry, including medical practitioners, surgeons, researchers, and scientists, facilitating knowledge transfer and promoting collaboration among interdisciplinary teams.

  • Published a first-authored peer-reviewed journal article in Brain Communications and submitted draft manuscripts (currently under review) to esteemed publications such as Movement Disorders Clinical Practice, Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, and the ACM International Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Health Informatics.

  • Spearheaded the development of a novel digital biomarker utilizing a convolutional neural network to enable the detection of people with cognitive impairment (MCI and Alzheimer's disease) from cognitively normal users using keystroke dynamics data and metadata from mechanical and touchscreen devices.

  • Listed as an inventor of a patent: "Methods and Apparatus for Assessment of Health Condition or Functional State from Keystroke Data" (Patent No. US 2021/0236044 A1) 

Joshua Gray,
Manifest Medex

July 2020 - April 2021

  • Developed and executed a robust methodology to better understand trends in healthcare utilization before and during the COVID-19 pandemic in California, processing over 25 million medical claims from 2019 and 2020.

  • Utilized SQL queries to combine disparate sources of data, including medical claims, insurance, and demographic data in order to define specific cohorts of users based on insurance coverage, CPT codes, and demographics.

  • Conducted data analysis using Python, enabling evidence-based findings and shaping the conclusions presented in the report "California Health Systems Tracking Project: Pandemic Aftershocks: Examining the decline in healthcare utilization in California during COVID-19".

  • Created impactful visualizations and figures using Python, distilling complex data into clear and concise visuals, enhancing understanding of trends and patterns in healthcare utilization during the pandemic.


April 2018 - April 2019

  • Created useful datasets combining medical records data (including ICD-10 codes), medical claims data (including CPT codes), physician practice data, and medication data using SQL and Perl.

  • Applied statistical analysis techniques using R and research methodologies to process and interpret complex datasets containing millions of records to uncover meaningful insights, including a 5-year analysis of pediatric anxiety diagnosis and prescription trends.

  • Conducted data analysis and developed data visualizations using R to support a total of 9 web articles published by the marketing team to promote research enabled by athenahealth's platform.

  • Completed detailed analysis on a survey of 1,400 physicians to enhance the understanding of physician capability and burnout and its impact, of which key findings were communicated to the industry by the company's Chief Medical Officer at various conferences and symposiums.

Healthcare Engineering Systems Institute (HSyE),
Northeastern University

Sept. 2017 - Dec. 2017

  • Led the successful management of the Access to Care portfolio, overseeing multiple concurrent projects spanning diverse subject areas, demonstrating exceptional project management skills and the ability to drive results.

  • Played a key role in business development efforts, contributing to the institute's growth by organizing impactful industrial engineering workshops tailored for clinicians.

  • Fostered strong partnerships with industry leaders, collaborating closely with C-suite executives to present and communicate research findings, showcasing the ability to engage and influence stakeholders at the highest levels.

  • Provided effective leadership as a manager and mentor, overseeing a team of undergraduate and graduate research assistants, effectively coordinating their efforts on various projects and ensuring high-quality deliverables.

Healthcare Engineering Systems Institute (HSyE),
Northeastern University

Aug. 2016 - Sept. 2017

  • Led two Boston-based health system projects, funded by the Agency of Healthcare Quality and Research (AHRQ) Patient Safety Learning Laboratory (PSLL) $4M grant in collaboration with Harvard School of Public Health. Applied advanced systems engineering and operations management theory and methodologies to drive successful outcomes.

  • Authored technical papers, including manuscripts for journal submission, literature reviews, and grant proposals, showcasing strong technical writing skills and the ability to effectively communicate research findings to academic and professional audiences.

  • Developed and conducted in-depth analysis using simulation models to optimize patient flow, utilizing advanced analytical techniques to identify process improvements and enhance healthcare delivery.

Montefiore Care Management Organization, Watson Institute for Systems Excellence (WISE),
Binghamton University

June 2015 - May 2016

  • Secured a prestigious research assistantship at Montefiore Care Management Organization through the research funding awarded by Binghamton University's Watson Institute for Systems Excellence (WISE), where I served as a Healthcare Business Process Architect during the second year of my master's program.

  • Conducted in-depth research on disenrolling patients from a diabetes chronic care management program, employing advanced data analysis techniques and data mining methodologies like artificial neural networks while ensuring the utmost sensitivity and compliance with patient health information privacy regulations.

  • Documented existing processes within the organization and applied process improvement methodologies to redesign and optimize workflows, effectively enhancing efficiency and quality in care management processes. Presented research findings to stakeholders, demonstrating the ability to translate complex data into actionable insights.

Office of Entrepreneurship & Innovation Partnerships,
Binghamton University

Dec. 2014 - June 2015

  • Reorganized and updated intellectual property confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements

  • Created website pages for the planned re-launch of the office website

  • Conducted data analysis and presented findings to Assistant Vice President

Systems Science & Industrial Engineering Department, Binghamton University

Aug. 2014 - May 2015

  • Facilitated weekly laboratory and discussion sections for probabilistic systems classes with over 100 undergraduate students

  • Graded homework assignments, quizzes, and examinations

  • Held weekly office hours to assist students

Positively Cup Crazy

Sept. 2015 - Sept. 2016

  • Established a small business selling unique hand-drawn and designed coffee mugs on Etsy

  • Administered all aspects of financing, budgeting, and marketing

  • Provided quality customer service to national and international buyers

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